Leonardo DiCaprio shows off his weak disguise game as he parties at Coachella

Leonardo DiCaprio shows off his weak disguise game as he parties at Coachella

You don't get much more famous than Leonardo DiCaprio. The actor, who shot to international recognition off of the back of his role in Titanic, is the definition of an A-lister. And, while we are no longer in the midst of the Leo-fever that gripped the world in the late 90s/early 00s, it would be fair to say that he still attracts a pretty big crowd wherever he goes.

While the actor admits that he is grateful for his career and the lifestyle it gives him, he has previously admitted that he finds the stresses of being famous - such as the constant attention - to be "surreal"

"If I wanted to quit acting, I could have done it a long time ago," he told Parade.

"I love making movies. I feel lucky and fortunate to do it, and it is absolutely worth sacrificing a lot of my private life. I don't think anyone [famous] ever really gets used to it. It's always surreal.

"At the end of the day, there are people with much harder jobs who sacrifice a lot more of their own lives to do them, people in the armed forces. I don't want to hear myself complain about the hardships of being famous—because I do have the freedom to stop if I wanted to."

It's not the first time Leo has opened up about his thirst for a more quiet and tranquil existence. In a revealing interview with Time Out magazine, the star said that he likes to travel to "untouched" locations.

"I’m definitely outdoorsy. I love being immersed in nature, going to places in the world that are pristine and untouched by man.

"It’s almost a religious experience when you go to a place like the Amazon and there’s no civilisation for thousands of miles."

However, while Leo may be a fan of the quiet life, he needs to work on his disguises if he is to achieve his goal.

The actor turned up at Coachella on the weekend in order to watch Beyonce completely own the stage and deliver the performance of a century. In order to hide his identity, Leo could be seen with his hood up and wearing some bizarre sunglasses.

Leonardo DiCaprio at coachella Credit: Getty

Unfortunately for him, he wasn't fooling anybody. The 43-year-old was pictured looking cosy alongside his new love interest Camila Morrone, who look enamoured with the actor.

Despite his success as an actor meaning that he has to adorn whacky disguises, Leo claims that he will always be an outsider.

Leonardo DiCaprio at Coachella Credit: Getty

"I think I will always feel like an outsider," he said, in the same Time Out interview.

"Marty [Scorsese] was the same. He came from the streets of New York and didn’t feel like he belonged in Hollywood.

"I can remember getting rejected systematically by casting directors as a young kid. I felt like the biggest outsider there ever was; that I'd never belong in that club.

"I had this idea that one day they reach out, bless you and say: 'You are now part of this elite, you are the chosen one.'"

While Leo is undoubtedly a talented actor, his disguise skills need some work. He's got all that money and he can't buy a decent mask.